The Economics of Canadian Gold Production

CIM Bulletin1931
THE present discussions throughout the civilized world on the subject of gold for monetary purposes may seem due to general economic conditions during the past year. But for some years previously a small group of authorities had warned the world against the continued disregard of an equitable distribution of existing gold reserves, and had urged the necessity of keeping the supply of new gold equal to the monetary demand, which, according to world production and trade figures, increases on the average about 3 per cent per annum.
Keywords: Canada, Canada, Canadian Bank of Commerce, gold mining, Metallurgy, purchasing power, Canadian, Economics, Gold, gold mining, gold production, Supply
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